Vector: (n.) “quantity having magnitude and direction,” 1846; earlier “line joining a fixed point and a variable point,” 1704, from Latin vector”one who carries or conveys, carrier” (also “one who rides”), agent noun from past participle stem ofvehere”carry, convey” (from PIE root*wegh-”to go, move, transport in a vehicle”). Related:Vectorial.

The Vectorium series by Allan Banford features objects that have both a magnitude and a direction with the segments of a directed line, the vector graphics are made up of points, lines, and curves that are based upon mathematical equations, rather than solid coloured square pixels. This means that no matter how large or small or how close you zoom in on the artwork, the lines, curves, and points remain perpetually changing, none artwork sequence is rendered twice.

To generate a new piece just click on the artworks, they will autorefresh every couple of minutes.